June 2005
Metal Center News;Jun2005, Vol. 45 Issue 7, p14
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The article reports that ADS Logistics LLC, which provides integrated logistics services to the metals industry, has signed an agreement with the Regional Steel Distribution Center (RSDC) of Michigan to provide a pin pallet blank handling operation in Oshawa, Ontario, to support General Motors. ADS has reconfigured a 52,000-square-foot metals warehouse located near General Motors' plant in Oshawa to meet the structural and operational demands of a metals transload operation.


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